There's Plenty to See During 'PC3'
– Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann and J.J. Boettcher, student photographers,
and Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of athletics for club sports, intramurals and camps
Enjoying Penn College Night at BB&T Ballpark are (from left) Kelsey L. McKenrick, of Gilbertsville; Courtlyn A. and Madison P. Trautman, of Herndon; and Joseph S. Colangelo, of Coal Township. McKenrick and Courtlyn Trautman are dental hygiene majors, Madison Trautman is a nursing student, and Colangelo is enrolled in building automation technology: mechatronics engineering technology concentration.
Boomer, the Crosscutters' No. 1 fan, gives the crowd a wheelie welcome.
Ride 'em, Wildcats!
Brightening the third-base line are Katie L. Mackey, director of campus and community engagement, and sons.
Hampered by distortion goggles, students race for a prize.
Athletics shares its Penn College Pride.
Randomly selected students compete for an elusive $10,000 prize in the (not-so) Lucky Dice Roll.
Freezing the action ... on task for a late-season victory
Staffing a table are student workers Cas D. Henderson, of Hazel Hurst, and Jacob T. Bowers, of Shippensburg – photobombed with enthusiasm by Cathy E. Gamez, resident hall coordinator.
Donny J. Reisch, of Lititz, majoring in building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration, stops by the Community Theatre League table, part of the Crosscutters' "Charitable Tuesdays" outreach to nonprofits.
Thomas S. Runner, a member of the Wildcat cross-country team and Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year for 2018, prepares to throw out a ceremonial pitch ...
... followed by Taylor A. Krow, a softball player and 2018's Female Athlete of the Year, joined on-field by Gabe Sinicropi Jr., the team's vice president for marketing.
Penn College tumblers were distributed to the first 100 attendees.
"Drive-in" food ... without the gas money
The night's featured attraction? "Ocean's 8," fresh from the summer box office to Rose Street Commons.
Glow-in-the-dark accoutrement add to the communal experience.
With Outdoor Movie Night coincidental to National Dog Day, Student Activities Event Assistant Cas D. Henderson and Resident Assistant Kyle T. Hansen hang out with a friend.
Fluently speaking body English, a competitor gives it his all.
A photographer goes above (and beyond) to survey the action.
A picture paints a thousand words ... and a couple of campus friends.
Paint Party participants, many wearing free T-shirts distributed outside dining halls earlier in the day, become human canvasses.
Riding the friendly surf at a most colorful dance party
A solid show of sportsmanship
Prepare to launch
Bottorf lays out the tourney's ground rules.
Congrats to the 2018 FYE Dodgeball champs!